I'm an associate in our International Dispute Resolution Group in London, with a commitment to seeking sensible, pragmatic commercial solutions for our clients facing contentious issues.

With experience advising on disputes in front of the UK courts, ranging from the County Courts to the Court of Appeal, I have also worked on complex international arbitrations before the International Chamber of Commerce and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.

As a junior associate my practice spans a number of the firm's key sectors. Recently I have been working on matters across the technology and communications, data protection, aviation and financial services sectors.

My work over the past year includes a major competition claim for follow-on damages flowing from a cartel in the technology sector; advising on a response to a data erasure request, commonly known as a 'right to be forgotten' action; and advising on a worldwide anti-money laundering regulatory compliance project in the aviation sector.

I recently undertook my training at the firm which provided me with exposure to our other practice areas, and I am able to draw upon this experience when advising a client facing a dispute. Having spent time in our Commercial and Corporate departments, I have seen the formation of complex contracts and have an understanding of the important operational clauses that can become central to a dispute. Time in our Corporate department has also equipped me with the ability to investigate and understand complex corporate structures, which assists us with advising on whether an entity is appropriate to be included as a claimant or defendant at the outset of a dispute.

As part of my training contract, I spent three months working in-house at a major international bank, providing commercial insight and exposure to factors that influence a business' risk appetite when encountered with potential litigation.

Education
  • University of Nottingham, BA, History & Politics
  • BPP Law School, GDL & LPC
Admissions
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority in 2018